By David Morgan WASHINGTON, March 31 (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush's lavish campaign fund-raising drive neared its record-shattering climax on Wednesday at a Washington hotel where over 1,000 Bush supporters forked over $1.5 million for a salmon dinner. The Republican president, who is waging a hard fought election battle against Democrat John Kerry, used his appearance to accuse the Massachusetts senator of being a waffler and an old-line tax-and-spend Democrat. "He's been ...
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